Halloween Collection

ANY DAY NOW by Nat Cassidy

As the world wrestles with the sociological, biological, and theological meanings behind unexplained resurrections of the recently deceased, one Connecticut family learns that what they thought was buried may in fact devour them all.

FRANKENSTEIN by Rob Reese

A text-faithful dramatic adaptation of Mary Shelley’s masterwork that presents The Monster as a psychologically divided chorus.

HOUND by John Patrick Bray

An adaptation of a famous Sherlock Holmes story, with the emphasis on Dr. Watson.

LE LYCANTHROPE, A REVENGE-FARCE WITH A MONSTER-MOVIE GROOVE by Timothy McCown Reynolds

Halloween night, Paris, 1673: After six years away, Alceste returns from the wilderness, claiming to be a lycanthrope - a werewolf- to enact revenge upon the Society where "man is wolf to man" in this "unofficial sequel" to Moliere's "Le Misanthrope."

NECROPOLIS 3: AT THE MOUNTAINS OF SLUMBERLAND by Ian W. Hill

A fantasy in which Winsor McCay's classic comic strip character Little Nemo falls asleep as usual, but, rather than traveling to the dream-world of Slumberland, is instead transported into the universe of the stories of H.P. Lovecraft, and must help the alienist Randolph Carter to defeat The Old Ones so he can return back to his safe bed.

SNOW WHITE ZOMBIE: APOCALYPSE by Brenton Lengel

Snow White Awakens to Prince Charming's Kiss, 28 Days after the Zombie Apocalypse; Blood, Sex, Kung-fu, and gender politics to follow.

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW by David Dannenfelser and Joe Giardina

A radio-styled adaptation of the classic story by Washington Irving suitable for live performance.

THE LITTLE ONE by James Comtois

Cynthia, a fledgling vampire, is taken under the wing of a more venerable one, Marie. Marie tries to teach Cynthia how to hunt, be merciful towards humans and make the most out of immortality. However, like all rebellious children, Cynthia intends to carve out her own path.

THE NIGHT OF NOSFERATU by Stanton Wood

A story-theatre adaptation of Stoker’s novel Dracula and Murnau’s film Nosferatu, it tells the story of Jonathon and Mina Harker and their dangerous flirtation with the vampire Nosferatu and the border between life and death.

THE TALE OF FRANKENSTEIN'S DAUGHTER by Stanton Wood

A female-centered, story-theatre retelling of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" using multiple points of view (the doctor is a woman and two actresses play the Creature, who is also female).

THE VAMPYRES by David Hansen

Witness as a young doctor enters a mysterious coffee house, encountering an old flame, two musicians with a taste for blood, and the seeds of his own destruction. Sex, blood and rock n' roll.

TRANSYLVANIA BEACH, KENTUCKY by Tyler Grimes

Six short horror plays that take place in the same town on the same night; follow your guide M.C. as you travel to Transylvania Beach, Kentucky.

VAMPIRE COWBOY TRILOGY by Qui Nguyen and Robert Ross Parker

A trio of irreverent action comedies about a paranormal detective, a pair of Cold War-era superduper- heroes, and a sassy teenage warrior princess.

WICKED TAVERN TALES by Greg Oliver Bodine

A 19th century tavern proprietor and barmaid narrate three yarns of mystery and murder, with characters from each story appearing and breathing life into the words of their storytellers.

Vampires, zombies, and assorted other monsters and spooky creatures abound in this group of a dozen plays that explore the scary places that haunt our imaginations.